Raspberry Overnight Oats is a creamy and tasty clean eating breakfast recipe perfect for busy mornings. Add a few jars to your weekly meal prep routine and you’ll have healthy breakfasts ready throughout the week.

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No shortage of cream overnight cereal Recipes on my blog, I have something to satisfy all your cravings. Do you want a breakfast like dessert?try Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight or Peanut Butter Overnight Oats. Or, maybe you want something more fruity?Try this Blueberry Overnight Oats, Cherry Overnight Oatsor this Raspberry Overnight Oats.

When readers asked me to pick a favorite overnight oatmeal recipe, Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal was near the top. I love the light tartness of the raspberries mixed with sweet maple syrup; everything is curled up on creamy cold oatmeal topped with crunchy almonds. This is one of the best!

Reasons why you will love this recipe.

  • Easy to make. Mix the ingredients into a mason jar and store them in the refrigerator; that’s it!
  • simple ingredients. Chances are you have all the ingredients in your pantry to make this overnight oatmeal with raspberries.
  • healthy. Oatmeal contains 11 grams of fiber and 7 grams of protein per can, and it’s also gluten-free and vegan!if you want to use Overnight Oats for Weight Lossthis is a great recipe!
  • Meal preparation champion. A week’s worth of breakfast is ready in less than 10 minutes.Overnight oats are one of the best Meal Prep Oatmeal Recipe.

raw material

Ingredients for Making Overnight Oats

Here are all the ingredients you need to make this delicious raspberry overnight Oatmeal Recipe.

  • oatmeal or old fashioned oats The oat of choice for making overnight oats. You don’t want instant oatmeal because the result will be mushy oatmeal. Steel cut oats take a long time to process and end up crunchy. If you are allergic or sensitive to gluten, use certified gluten-free oatmeal.
  • Unsweetened Coconut Milk, almond milk, or any dairy-free milk will work. You can also use milk.
  • Frozen raspberries or fresh raspberries Both work for this recipe. I prefer frozen because I like the juice that is released into the oatmeal when thawed, and it’s cheaper to buy organic frozen raspberries than fresh.
  • Chia seeds My go-to superfood for all overnight oatmeal recipes because of their added omega-3 fatty acids, fiber and protein. They also give oatmeal a delicious pudding-like texture.
  • pure maple syrup Balances the tartness of the raspberries.
  • almond slices Crunch and protein.

How to Make Raspberry Overnight Oats

A step-by-step collage showing how to make Raspberry Overnight Oats.
  • Place oatmeal and chia seeds in a 16 crock container.Of course, you can use any container with a lid (I recommend glass), but mason jar is my favorite.
  • Add milk and raspberries to oat mixture. You want to make sure the oats are completely submerged in the milk. If you need to add a little more liquid, do so.
  • Cover and place overnight oats in the refrigerator for 5 hours or overnight.
  • Stir the oatmeal the next morning and add maple syrup. This raspberry oatmeal recipe calls for more maple syrup than the maple syrup I use in other overnight oatmeal recipes because raspberries can have a sour taste.
  • After stirring in the maple syrup, if the oats seem thick, add a few drops of milk to the oats. Do this until you get the consistency you want. Pour into a bowl or eat straight from the jar.
  • Sprinkle with sliced ​​almonds and extra raspberries. I prefer to add the nuts in the morning to keep them from soaking in the liquid overnight.

cooking skills

  • Swap honey or your favorite natural sweetener for maple syrup.
  • Make Raspberry Chocolate Overnight Oats by stirring in a tablespoon of cocoa powder or a few teaspoons of mini chocolate chips.
  • Add a dash of pure vanilla or almond extract for another layer of flavor.
  • If you don’t want to use them, use any of your favorite nuts or keep them out.Or sprinkle with homemade Almond Butter Granola Extra crunch.
  • Any dairy or non-dairy product can be substituted. I do not recommend using water or juice.
  • Chia seeds add the creamy texture of raspberry almond overnight oats, but you can substitute or use additional superfoods for added nutrition. Either flax seeds or hemp hearts work well in oatmeal recipes.
  • Add a tablespoon of Greek yogurt for raspberry cheesecake flavor and extra protein.
  • A tablespoon of almond butter, peanut butter or any nut butter is delicious!
  • You can add a tablespoon of raspberry jam for extra raspberry flavor, but be careful with the extra sugar and calories.
  • Of course, you can switch to strawberries, blackberries, or any of your favorite berries.
  • Add lemon juice or lemon juice for a burst of fresh flavor. Or for a warmer flavor, use cinnamon or another fall spice.
Top view of Raspberry Overnight Oats.

storage tips

You can prepare up to five cans of Raspberry Overnight Oats and store them in the refrigerator for breakfast throughout the week. When the oats are in the refrigerator, they thicken, so you may need to add a few drops of milk to loosen the oats until you get the consistency you want. Don’t worry; this won’t change the taste.

You can also freeze overnight oats in kits ahead of time, which is a great way to make sure you have your ingredients ready ahead of time.To learn more, check out my how-to frozen overnight oats tutorial.

Raspberry Overnight Oats Recipe

Raspberry Overnight Oats

Raspberry Overnight Oats is a creamy and tasty clean eating breakfast recipe perfect for busy mornings. Add a few jars to your weekly meal prep routine and you’ll have healthy breakfasts ready throughout the week.

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course: breakfast, breakfast recipes

delicacy: American

Key words: Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal, Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal

Preparation time: 10 minute

Cooking time: 8 Hour

total time: 8 Hour 10 minute

Serving Size: 1 people

Calories: 322kcal

equipment

  • 16 oz mason jar

  • Mason Jar Lid

raw material

  • 1/2 cup oatmeal
  • 1/2 coconut milk add a little extra
  • 1/2 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 teaspoon Chia seeds
  • 3 teaspoon pure maple syrup
  • 1 spoon almond slices

instruct

  • Place oatmeal and chia seeds in a 16 crock container. Of course, you can use any container with a lid (I recommend glass), but my favorite is the mason jar.

  • Add milk and raspberries to oat mixture. You want to make sure the oats are completely submerged in the milk. If you need to add a little more liquid, do so.

  • Cover and place overnight oats in the refrigerator for 5 hours or overnight.

  • Stir the oatmeal the next morning and add maple syrup.

  • After stirring in the maple syrup, if the oats seem thick, add a few drops of milk to the oats. Do this until you get the consistency you want.

  • Pour into a bowl or eat straight from the jar.

  • Sprinkle with sliced ​​almonds and extra raspberries.

notes

storage tips
You can prepare up to five cans of Raspberry Overnight Oats and store them in the refrigerator for breakfast throughout the week. When the oats are in the refrigerator, they thicken, so you may need to add a few drops of milk to loosen the oats until you get the consistency you want. Don’t worry; this won’t change the taste.
You can also freeze overnight oats in kits ahead of time, which is a great way to make sure you have your ingredients ready ahead of time. To learn more, check out my How to Freeze Overnight Oats tutorial.

Nutrition

Serve: 1G | Calories: 322kcal | protein: 8G | fat: 10G | fiber: 12G | sugar: 8G

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